The pattern remains intact of about one storm a week for the next several weeks, typical of this time of the year. Weak La Nina conditions continue to weaken and should be gone by spring or so. With so much ice on the Great Lakes, it suggests a cooler spring with some showery conditions. Most indicators continue to support a slightly cooler and wetter spring, but not as much so as last spring which is the good news.
In the short term: after last weeks high runoff event, a weaker storm affects us midweek with rain followed by colder weather and some light snow showers for later week. The cold will begin to retreat later this upcoming weekend.
Another storm is due in here early to mid of next week followed by another early the following week, mostly as rain.